Ghee prices have dropped at utility stores.

(Infosette News) ISLAMABAD: Ghee prices have dropped by Rs 8 per kilogramme at Utility Stores across Pakistan.

According to the facts, the utility stores corporation (USC) has announced a reduction in ghee prices of Rs. 8, bringing the per kilogramme price of category one branded ghee pack from Rs. 520 to Rs. 512.

A 45 rupee reduction has also been made to the 5-kilogramme carton of ghee. At this time, it will cost Rs 2580. The utility stores used to sell it for Rs. 2625.

Read More: Investment in Roshan Digital Account Soars to $5.295 Bn: SBP

Across all of Pakistan’s utility retailers, the notification will be put into force immediately.

Ghee Prices, Utility Stores, Shehbaz Sharif
Ghee prices have dropped at utility stores.

Before this, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif decided to offer rice, sugar, lentils, ghee, cooking oil, and flour at a reduced cost to the underprivileged in the upcoming fiscal year 2022 2023.

The government would take all necessary steps in this direction, according to Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, who presided over a high-level meeting on utility stores in Islamabad. He said the impoverished segment of society is currently in desperate need of relief.

In Karachi, he also gave his approval for the network’s expansion of utility stores.

To enhance the number of utility retailers in Karachi, the premier requested that the relevant agencies produce a detailed strategy.


Leave a Comment